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begin. ♪ that's been wrapped in a flaky crust stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so fun. >>> if you're flying out of the new york area today or tomorrow, you'd better check your flights. united airlines canceling about 500 flights out of newark, jfk, and laguardia because of the weather. the airline is letting passengers rebook their flights without paying fees. other airlines say they're evaluating which flights to cancel. however, delta, u.s. airways, and american airlines are letting passengers change flights without penalty. they're anticipating bad weather coming their way. the parks in new york city closing at noon today as a result of the expectation today. everybody getting ready again. >>> speaking of getting ready, we are getting ready for changes in our forecast. 5:11. time for weather and traffic on the ones. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein with snow on the way, tom. >> we've got a coastal storm that's been developing since yesterday evening. now just off
be at fault. 10% would blame the president and republicans. >>> this morning former council member kwame brown will begin serving on house arrest. a judge sentenced brown on bank fraud charge. he pled guilty to overstating his income while applying for bank loans. he applies for the d.c. council earlier this summer. brown will have two years of probation and must complete 400 hours of community service. >>> a former state delegate convicted of stealing from the general assembly may sue to get her seat back. she took $600 from the assembly to pay her private law firm. after sentencing, the prince george's county democrat was removed from office, which was required by the state constitution. but her lawyers argue she should still be allowed to serve because a judge reduced her sentence. the house speaker or governor will have the final say on whether she can return. >>> day two picks up on the murder trial for a bowie university student. alexis simpson is accused of shooting her roommate dominique frazier to death last year. it happened over an argument over loud music. in court frazier's friend
as well as lieutenant governor anthony brown. also on hand prince george's county executive rushern baker, and he had a few words to say. >> that the money is going towards education. it's going to help build 210. it's going for health care and jobs and jobs and jobs. so thank you for this great victory. >> reporter: still a very quiet scene down here at national harbor. the last few days we spent in prince george's county as well as yesterday, we spent most of the day at the polling locations. it was interesting to hear some of the feedback from some of the residents. got those that were for it and those in opposition. it will be interesting to see later on today what those people think now that the ballot has actually passed. we'll check in with you a little bit latelater. that's the latest from national harbor. >> marylanders also passed question four, allowing undocumented immigrants to attend maryland colleges for in-state tuition. they must attend high school for three years in maryland and show their parents paid income taxes during that time. maryland is the first sta in the count
is monday, january 21st. >>> today former d.c. councilman kwame brown will begin six months of house arrest. a judge sentenced brown yesterday on a bank fraud charge. he pleaded guilty earlier this year to overstating his income when he applied for bank loans. he resigned from the d.c. council this summer. brown also received two years probation and has to complete 400 hours of community service. the judge also sentenced brown to one day in jail, which he served right away. >>> right after the break, a big arrival that's a sign of things to come. >>> today crews will deliver an 80 foot tall norway spruce to rockefeller center. it comes from mt. olive, new jersey. the tree lighting ceremony scheduled for november 28. >> time for weather and traffic on the ones. here's meteorologist tom kierein with your cold forecast. tom? >> good morning. >>> your most important article of clothing hanging on the hook by the door, your winter coat, and you'll need it. we are at or below freezing the entire region. down into the teens, some of the portions of eastern west virginia. closer to washington, we'r
d.c. council chair kwame brown. he'll be sentenced in two different courtrooms for two different charges. first brown will learn his fate for a federal bank charge he pled guilty to in june and admitted he lied on applications to obtain bank loans. he faces up to six months in prison. prosecutors are asking the judge to sentence him to just six days in jail because he has been cooperative. brown will also be sentenced in superior court on a misdemeanor campaign violation. he faces up to six months behind bars on that charge as well. >>> four minutes after the hour. today the trial will begin for a bowie state university student charged with murdering her roommate. alexis simpson is accused o stabbing her roommate dominique frazier in september of last year. the two got into an argument over the volume of an ipod. simpson's attorney says she was acting in self-defense and shouldn't be charged with murder. >>> in about five hours, we expect d.c. to announce that more than a dozen schools will be closing for good. schools chancellor khai ya henderson will make the announcement at 8:
local schools will be shut down for good. >>> and former d.c. councilman kwame brown heads to court. good morning, i'm aaron gilchrist. >> and i'm eun yang. we're following breaking news. >>> the top military general in afghanistan now involved in the scandal that cost cia director general david petraeus his job. the fbi looking into e-mails between general john allen and a friend of petraeus. how they found out about them, we'll talk about in ten minutes. >>> it is rainy and cold. so we sent storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein out on the weather deck to tell us all about it. >> it's all digital until i see it. it is coming down. and it is cold. we've got a blustery wind blowing at 15, 20 miles an hour, and it is wet all over the place. a lot of leaves came down with the gusty winds overnight when the cold front came through at 1:00 this morning. right now storm team 4 radar showing a lot of the heavier rain is north of the washington, and the area in the yellow is moderate rain along the frederick, montgomery county line into western howard county. that is passing northeast and
of republican todd akin. republican scott brown hopes to hold his seat against challenger elizabeth warren. and rick mann is battling chris murphy for a senate seat in connecticut. tens of thousands of people are still without power because of hurricane sandy. >>> here's what you need to know before you head out to the polls this morning. voters in virginia and some first time voters in maryland will be required to show some form of identification. there are at least 30 forms of valid i.d. including an i.d. card from your employer. does not have to be a photo i.d. poll opening and closing times vary from state to state. >>> new reports of voter fraud in critical battleground states this morning. voting rights advocates say robocalls are incorrectly telling voters they can cast ballots over the phones. those fake phone calls, some of which involve live callers, are being made primarily to black voters. the calls are also cropping up in north carolina and florida. >>> the news 4 i-team is monitoring any voting problem you find at the polls today. call the i-team tip line at 202-8 202-885-444
former d.c. council chair kwame brown should spend six days in jail and three years on probation for bank fraud. court papers filed yesterday. brown resigned from council back in june after admitting he gave false information on applications to get two loans from banks worth more than 200,000. he could be sentenced up to six months in prison for his crime. prosecutors say brown accepted responsibility for his misconduct and has no prior criminal record. the actual sentencing by a federal judge is set for november 3 1 3th. >>> could be weeks or months before the man accused of throwing pipe bombs at three morn virginia homes is extradited to the commonwealth. laurence stewart ii was arrested. he drove all the way to the northwest and threw the bombs. police believe he was targeting his ex-girlfriend and two law enforcement officers who arrested him in the past. >> we've taken this very personal. this is a detective and deputy who was targeted, they and their families, as a result of just doing their jobs, in addition to that, this was an attack on an innocent victim of domestic violence, s
council. but newcomer independent david grosso beat out incumbent michael brown. phil mendelson is chairman of the council after serving for five months following kwame brown's resignation. yvette alexander retained her council ward seat. 88% of the vote for marion barry, who begins his third term on the d.c. council. >>> maryland democrats picked up a seat in the house of representatives in the 6th district. john delaney beat long time incumbent roscoe bartlett. the lines were recently redrawn. in virginia's 8th district, jim moran beat patrick murray by an overwhelming margin. it's the second time murray challenged moran. >>> it is now 4:36. 40 degrees. still to come, lots of voters stood in line to cast their votes. coming up, we'll keep an eye on the voting problems in virginia and nationwide. >>> welcome back. at 4:39, it has been a cold start to the week and getting even colder. we've mentioned the "s" word. i had to dig out the winter coats for my kids. they said, you know what, it's november. i'm not putting on my winter coat. >> tom, seems like a big word already. >> an
-election, with the exception of at large member michael brown. there was an upset in this race. new coming david grosso defeated michael brown who has been plagued with questions about his campaign treasury account. >> a mismanaged campaign, mixed messages. the once bright future of the son of the former cabinet member of president clinton, ron brown, michael brown is headed now out of office and his future is very uncertain indeed. voters decided that they were not pleased with the way the campaign was run. some of the problems that developed within the campaign further added to their doubts, and it just didn't pay off on election day. >> in the beginning, i don't think michael brown was that much of a lead for washington voters. he was the son of ron brown. but still, in the communities, you heard people saying well, who is he? what has he done for the district of columbia? so the years went on. he had problems like john davis said with his campaign funding and all of that. i think it's come down to the fact that david grosso, who won the seat, actually got out there and did some grass roots walking.
center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so fun. >>> a coffee giant is looking to take over the tea market. starbucks is buying teavana. it has about 300 stores in the shopping malls that sell loose leaf and exotic teas. >>> the government investigating more than a dozen deaths linked to 5-hour energy drinks. reports of 13 deaths since 2008. the agency says right now no proof that it caused hospitalization or death. the cases call for more observation of the product and other dietary supplements that promise customers an energy boost. >>> avoid reaching for booze if you're watching your weight. alcohol can have as many empty calories as soft drinks. they are the source of 6% of calories adults consume. alcoholic beverages account for 5%. researchers at the centers for disease control point out, like soda, alcohol has few nutrients. >> yeah. i don't think they're drinking alcohol for the nutrition, though. >>> what started out as one employees's grievance has gone viral over the web. >> are retailers g
on murder charges in the cab driver's death. >>> former d.c. council chair kwame brown will be spending the next six months in his home. a d.c. judge sentenced him to six months of house arrest. he pled guilty yesterday to bank fraud. he admitted to lying about his income when applying for loans. brown apologized for his actions yesterday. he must also complete 480 hours of community service. >>> former maryland state delegate tiffany alston may sue to get her seat back. she was convicted of stealing $800 from the assembly to play an employee at her private law firm. after sentencing, the prince george's county democrat was removed from office, which is required by the state constitution. but alston's lawyers argue she should still be allowed to serve because a judge reduced her sentence. the house speaker or governor will have a final say on whether she can return. >> angie goff is at the live desk with breaking news. >> good morning. >>> a syrian war plane bombed a town on the turkish border. witnesses say the air force attacked rebel positions in the town of ross alain. sources loyal
. federal prosecutors charged eric brown of richmond with theft of government property. that truck disappeared from a richmond area parking lot late last october. the equipment included the president's teleprompter. no classified or sensitive information was in that truck. brown faces up to ten years in prison if he's convicted. >>> this morning, there is more fallout from sandy. the governor of new york fired his emergency management director. this move comes after steven kirk diverted crews to remove a tree that fell on his long island driveway last week, that happened shortly after sandy ravaged new york city and crews were responding to thousands of cities. kerr apparently wasn't even at home at the time, he was in albany. >>> the man who shot gabrielle giffords and 18 others will learn his fate. jared lee loughner will be sentenced today for the deadly shooting last year. giffords is supposed to attend the sentencing today. her husband mark kelly will make a statement on her behalf. it is the first time the victims will face loughner since the shooting. loughner will not be se
a truck with president obama's audio equipment in it. federal prosecutors charged eric brown of richmond with theft of government property. the truck disappeared from a richmond area hotel parking lot last october. the equipment included the president's teleprompter and other items including the presidential seal. no classified or sensitive information was in that truck. brown faces up to ten years in prison if convicted. >>> new this morning, a first for a u.s. president. president obama will be making a trip to myanmar in two weeks. an official from the southeast asian country says the president will visit on either november 18th or 19th. it will be the first ever visit to the country by a u.s. president. the obama administration is trying to encourage democracy in that country. the president's already scheduled to visit nearby thailand and cambodia that same week. >>> there is still some unfinished business from this year's presidential election. florida is still undecided at this hour. election workers are still counting ballots. they blame the problem on a lengthy ballot. it contain
alexis carlisle is her name. she is said to have uncombed black hair, brown eyes. she was last seen wearing an orange shirt, blue jeans, and a pink jacket. police believe she was abducted by these two individuals coming up here in this video. eric eugene black, age 41, and jennifer carlisle. she's 35 years old, described as having red hair and green eyes. you may notice that her last name carlisle matches the last name of the little girl who is missing here, although we're not sure of the relationship between them. again, she was last seen 4:30 thursday afternoon. she was in halifax, virginia, 1076 lower liberty road. that was the address where she was last seen thursday afternoon. now, we believe that her abductors may be heading from halifax here to the washington, d.c. area. police have information that makes them believe that they may be on the move again to our area. there is a lookout for a car. they may be driving a 1985 nissan station wagon with a virginia license plate number of snj 9177. anyone who has information about the whereabouts of this little girl and these two ind
are not releasing any information on that. now, alexis is said to have uncombed black hair, brown eyes. she was last seen wearing an orange shirt, blue jeans, and a pink jacket. police believe she could be in extreme danger, and she want to find her as quickly as possible. she was last seen at 1066 lower liberty road in fairfax, virginia, but they believe they may be heading to the washington area from halifax. they're believed to be in a 19 35i8 nissan station wagon with a virginia plate of xng 9177. if anyone has seen this little girl, you are asked to call 911. >> it is 6:01. you may need the umbrella. it is cold and wet. that's how we're ending the week. chilly rain out there. not in this picture, obviously. storm team 4 meteorologist tom kierein is here. he says there is some rain. >>> a few scattered sprinkles mainly for the viewers in our southern and eastern suburbs. it all comes from a disturbance over the carolinas. looks like it's going to head out to sea. it decided to take a rogue turn to the north and past just southeast of the metro ar. that's all this area in green moving north and e
will automatically step down from office after be pleading guilty. >>> kwame brown resigned from the council back in june after admitting he gave false information on applications to obtain two bank loans worth more than $200,000. voters will cast their ballots for d.c. council member phil mendelson or democratic challenger calvin gurley. the winner will complete brown's term which runs through january 22nd, 2013. that means another race will take place in 2014. >>> senate candidates tim kaine and george allen will vote right after polls open. kaine and his wife will vote in richmond. allen and his wife are casting their vote in alexandria and will travel to several precincts in the commonwealth. polls show kaine has a slight lead over allen. >> and virginiians can start voting in that race in less than 30 minutes. polls in the commonwealth open at 6:00 this morning. they close at 7:00 tonight. in d.c. and maryland, polls open an hour later at 7:00 a.m. they close an hour later as well at 8:00. news 4 is working for you as voters head to the polls. for details on questions on your ballot, check o
teller derek weston brown showed off his talent on the stage. 13-year-old emmanuel says he'd love to be someday this good at telling stories about his life experiences. >> first time catching a fast football, and i scored a touchdown and i was excited. >> reporter: and he has some real stories of courage to tell. when he's not being shy. >> emmanuel is a cancer survivor. >> reporter: and while he has stories to tell about all his heroic experiences, he has ambition to help take care of the medical needs of others. what do you want be when you grow up? >> i want to be a doctor. >> reporter: do you know what kind of doctors you'd like to be? taking care of children, adults, or everybody? >> everybody. >> reporter: emmanuel got pointers on speaking and then tried telling a story himself on the stage. >> my first story about football. >> you come through much more in poet than what you have empty handed. >> reporter: derek brown hopes to inspire emmanuel to start writing down his stories. barbara harrison, for wednesday's child. >> if you have room in your home or heart for emmanuel o
sunshine returns. a little high brow on the college football. dartmouth and brown ivy league clash up in hanover, new hampshire today. sunny and chilly. not bad for a $40,000 a year education for both. out in the midwest, penn state hold on to your hats nittany lion fans. south winds 20 to 40 miles pour today taking on the huskers today. 77 in nebraska today. the 30s tomorrow. down in southeastern virginia odu is hosting the tribe from william & mary. sunshine down in the tide water day and 63. all the midwestern games going to have a screaming win all day. >> sounds good. i correct myself when i said 2009. it is the 2009-2010 winter season. record breaking. >> you are correct. >> we'll move on now. >> sorry. >>> let's move to the movies. at the box office this weekend the last time we saw james bond he was parachuting out of a helicopter with the queen of england during the summer olympic opening ceremonies. >> now he is back to his usual -- fast cars, women, and martinis. oh, boy. this is a look at the new bond movie and other films in the box office this weekend. >> 007 reporting f
'm just wondering. >> any thoughts about the d.c. elections? >> the d.c. elections, i think michael brown, not predicting, but simply saying from what i'm talking to people in the community, god knows we've covered this for a long time. >> i think people are very wary about michael brown, vincent orange, they haven't enjoyed the best publicity and especially with precincts. in precincts, talking about the different wards where there are high voter turnouts. these people read and keep up with the news. >> high voter turnout, if some incumbents and some reporting, high voter turnout, people get riled up and there therefore familiar faces and incumbents might have to start worrying, we'll have to see how it turns out. the council itself. such low esteem, anyone running ought to be looking over their shoulder. >> this is a presidential election and district presidential election brings people out. >> we've got to go. thank you, guys. thank you for being with us. that's "reporter's notebook." stay with us, news 4 today continues. >>> good morning, everyone. i'm angie goff. >> and i'm richard j
the peanut butter, mix it all up and cut them into bones, then bake them until they were golden brown. >> i think she likes peanut butter, what do you think? would you like to have another dog? >> i would. >> maybe that's what we should look for, is a family for you that likes dogs so you have your own dog. >> we're looking for a two-parent home, well-experienced family, who can be patient with william and provide him with the structure and consistency that he needs. >> there are gifts for william to take home, including a sweatshirt big enough for his 6'4" inch frame and a game called goldenopoly that made william smile at the thought that maybe one day he might have a real home. and a real dog like georgia. barbara harrison, news4 for wednesday's child. >> if you have room in your home and in your heart for william or another child, call our special adoption hotline or visit >>> william was really good with that dog training. >> i know, i know. >> he was a dog's best friend, no doubt about that. knows exactly how to win the dog over. >> that's a sign of good character.
a deal? >> always do your search. >> andrea brown, don't presume you always get top quality merchandise. certain brands create inventory just for outlet stores. >> items that were never for sale in the retail store. they might be cheaper fabric, hardware that isn't the same kwaumt quality as the retail sale. >> reporter: children's clothing is a deal. quality not an issue. >> little kids clothes that only last one season, ridiculous to spend a lot of money more. >> reporter: a big don't. don't assume all prices are cheaper. kiplinger's says that's true for electronics and athletic apparel. >> outlet stores, same price as the refatail stores. >> reporter: don't buy suits. and don't buy outlet jewelry. >> you want something certified in terms of quality of materials used. >> what are the deals? shoes, often shipped directly from the retailer, same quality at a better price. another deal, luggage. also deals on house wares, such as witchen items. >> the thing with house wears that you fund at outlet stores, a lot of times, there my be small knicks in the paint. >> reporter: heading into th
stuffed with a gooey center toasted up all golden brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so fun. >>> tomorrow morning hundreds will gather near the national mall for a 5-k run. they're raising money for a condition that forces a million people to spend their lives enduring brain surgeries. news 4's seth lemon joins us with more on this condition. >> good morning. it's call ae's water on the bra there is no cure. the medical device used to treat it has one of the highest failure rates. the one girl you are about to meet fearlessly is facing the challenge. 12-year-old gabby and her mom amanda look like any other family. >> you ready? >> she is playful and smiling but hidden behind the smile inside gabby's body is 8 feet of tubing working to keep her alive. >> there is one back here and one right here. >> gabby has hydrocephalas a buildup of fluid inside the skull that leads to brain swelling. the tubing or shunt inside gabby reroutes the fluid into her stomach. >> you feel like your whole world ends for a second. >> reporter: amand
brown then given a delicious design? a toaster strudel. pillsbury toaster strudel. so fun. >>> okay. so it seems a little early to go looking for a christmas tree. doesn't it? well, not when it's the tree that goes to the capitol building. the 73-foot englemann spruce that will decorate the capitol grounds was harvested from white river national forest in colorado yesterday. a crane hoisted it on to a huge flat bed truck. it takes two days to wrap it before it makes the trip out here. look at that. >> huge. >> like a plons ter. >> yeah. 73 footer. that would fill up the living room all right. >> 73 feet. >> it would be great. >> i know. >> imagine having the space for that kind of tree. >> we talk about it being kind of far away but we're into november. >> yes. >> and it feels like christmas and holiday shopping weather outside. >> and we were talking earlier you're already getting, putting the registry together. take a look and pick out any of the items. >> you're joking. >> a little joke. so yes. cloudy skies. it feels a whole lot more like december than early november.
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